Are you thinking about visiting Taiwan? Here is a list of some of my favorite authentic Taiwanese experiences. What do you think you would try first?
This guest blog is by Ava Apollo. When she’s not writing for MSW, she’s blogging about adventure travel at bemytravelmuse.com. Have you ever found yourself taking a drive down a roadside in Taiwan, when out of the corner of your eye you catch a scantily-clad la mei (“hot” girl) working behind glass walls? Whether you have or […]
Guanjiang Shou: With their fiercely painted faces, protruding fangs and powerful, choreographed performances, Taiwan’s most popular traditional folk performing troupe never fail to attract onlookers.
For travelers who are interested in delving beneath the surface of Taiwan’s main sightseeing attractions and flashy neon facade, British author Steven Crook demonstrates that there is more to Taiwan than meets the eye.
A practical and very informative guide to Taiwan, Do’s and Don’ts in Taiwan shines a spotlight on Taiwanese culture and customs. The book is full of helpful behavioral tips that every visitor to Taiwan should be aware of.
The Chungyuan Festival(中元節) follows the lunar calendar and this year, the festival, which is also known in Taiwan as “Ghost Month”, beings on July 15th. On this day, the door of the underworld is open for spirits to enter the world.
We were heading home on the bike the other day and were crossing a bridge, when I noticed some extremely bright lights on the far bank. For us to even notice a bunch of extra lights in the neon world of Taipei is pretty rare, so we figured we’d better see what all the fuss […]